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Net::Frame::Layer::IPvUserrContributed PerNet::Frame::Layer::IPv6::Fragment(3)

NAME
       Net::Frame::Layer::IPv6::Fragment - Internet Protocol v6	Fragment
       Extension Header	layer object

SYNOPSIS
	  use Net::Frame::Simple;
	  use Net::Frame::Layer::IPv6::Fragment;

	  my $icmp = Net::Frame::Layer::IPv6::Fragment->new(
	     nextHeader	    => NF_IPv6_PROTOCOL_TCP,
	     reserved	    => 0,
	     fragmentOffset => 0,
	     res	    => 0,
	     mFlag	    => 0,
	     identification => 0
	  );

	  #
	  # Read a raw layer
	  #

	  my $layer = Net::Frame::Layer::IPv6::Fragment->new(raw => $raw);

	  print	$layer->print."\n";
	  print	'PAYLOAD: '.unpack('H*', $layer->payload)."\n"
	     if	$layer->payload;

DESCRIPTION
       This modules implements the encoding and	decoding of the	IPv6 Fragment
       Extension Header	layer.

       RFC: ftp://ftp.rfc-editor.org/in-notes/rfc2460.txt

       See also	Net::Frame::Layer for other attributes and methods.

ATTRIBUTES
       nextHeader
	   Protocol number of the next header after the	Fragment header.

       reserved
	   Not used; set to zeroes.

       fragmentOffset
	   Specifies the offset, or position, in the overall message where the
	   data	in this	fragment goes. It is specified in units	of 8 bytes (64
	   bits) and used in a manner very similar to the field	of the same
	   name	in the IPv4 header.

       res Not used; set to zeroes.

       mFlag
	   Same	as the flag of the same	name in	the IPv4 header	- when set to
	   0, indicates	the last fragment in a message;	when set to 1,
	   indicates that more fragments are yet to come in the	fragmented
	   message.

       identification
	   Same	as the field of	the same name in the IPv4 header, but expanded
	   to 32 bits. It contains a specific value that is common to each of
	   the fragments belonging to a	particular message, to ensure that
	   pieces from different fragmented messages are not mixed together.

       The following are inherited attributes. See Net::Frame::Layer for more
       information.

       raw
       payload
       nextLayer

METHODS
       new
       new (hash)
	   Object constructor. You can pass attributes that will overwrite
	   default ones. See SYNOPSIS for default values.

       The following are inherited methods. Some of them may be	overridden in
       this layer, and some others may not be meaningful in this layer.	See
       Net::Frame::Layer for more information.

       layer
       computeLengths
       computeChecksums
       pack
       unpack
       encapsulate
       getLength
       getPayloadLength
       print
       dump

CONSTANTS
       No constants here.

SEE ALSO
       Net::Frame::Layer

AUTHOR
       Michael Vincent

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
       Copyright (c) 2012-2015,	Michael	Vincent

       You may distribute this module under the	terms of the Artistic license.
       See LICENSE.Artistic file in the	source distribution archive.

perl v5.32.0			  2015-01-Net::Frame::Layer::IPv6::Fragment(3)

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